Monthly Archive: October 2010

Problems Associated With Cystic Fibrosis in Adults 0

Problems Associated With Cystic Fibrosis in Adults

Problems Associated With Cystic Fibrosis in Adults Most patients with cystic fibrosis are diagnosed when they are infants or toddlers. Some adults may be diagnosed with the disease but this is normally rare...
Improving Eyesight -Near or Far 0

Improving Eyesight -Near or Far

Improving Eyesight -Near or Far Two of the most common visually ailments are Myopia and Presbyopia; otherwise known as near-and far-sightedness. Both are ailments effect vision and the distance that is seen when looking at objects...
The Risk Factors of Prostate Cancer 0

The Risk Factors of Prostate Cancer

The Risk Factors of Prostate Cancer Before even a person can be diagnosed of a disease, it is right to say that he or she brushed on several “risk factors,” which led to the development of the illness.   Risk factors are what you call “triggers” that act as agents prompting cancer cells to sprout like mushrooms in your system...
Prostrate Cancer Prevention 0

Prostrate Cancer Prevention

Prostrate Cancer Prevention Prostate cancer prevention holds exciting possibilities for the future and suggests some prostate cancer prevention strategies for men to use now. When deciding on what prevention strategies to adopt, keep in mind that several of the strongest known risk factors for prostate cancer are wildcards...
How Nail Fungi Develops 0

How Nail Fungi Develops

How Nail Fungi Develops In order to find ways of defeating fungal infections, one should first have basic knowledge of how fungi grow and develop. Some fungi can be used for beneficial purposes, while others can cause harmful infections...
Drug Treatments Often Prescribed for Cystic Fibrosis 0

Drug Treatments Often Prescribed for Cystic Fibrosis

Drug Treatments Often Prescribed for Cystic Fibrosis A child or adult diagnosed with cystic fibrosis may require an initial stay in the hospital to begin treatment of certain drugs developed for this disease. Symptoms of cystic fibrosis can range from mild to severe and will be different for each patient...
HGH – What is Human Growth Hormone? 0

HGH – What is Human Growth Hormone?

HGH - What is Human Growth Hormone. HGH is a natural chemical (hormone) produced by the pituitary gland that provides for the growth and maintenance of human tissue...
All about reflexology associations 0

All about reflexology associations

All about reflexology associations When it comes to getting a career as a reflexologist, everybody accepts that one of the most important steps that you can take is to get certified by the American Reflexology Certification Board. Few people realize, however, how useful it can be to become a member of a reflexology association...
What about Blood pressure? 0

What about Blood pressure?

What about Blood pressure. Blood pressure or vascular pressure is one of the vital signs that is being measured or checked to assess the patient’s level of physical functioning...
Why Quit Smoking Cigarettes 0

Why Quit Smoking Cigarettes

Why Quit Smoking Cigarettes The answer is a glaring YES. Smoking has been the root of a lot of negative effects since its conception...
How to Treat Acid Reflux 0

How to Treat Acid Reflux

How to Treat Acid Reflux Acid reflux occurs when the digestive system is unable to cope up with a high level of acid content, which bounces back into the esophagus and causes pain and discomfort. The primary causes of acid reflux are food and drinks high in fat and acidic content...
Hiv/Aids: Myths And Misconceptions 0

Hiv/Aids: Myths And Misconceptions

Hiv/Aids: Myths And Misconceptions In the past, people have had good reason to be afraid of "catching" diseases. Although they had many explanations about why people became ill and died, they did not know what caused a disease, or how to avoid it...
Introduction – Arthritis 0

Introduction – Arthritis

ARTHRITIS: WHAT IS IT. Approximately 40 million people in the United States have arthritis...
Treating Mild, Complicated or Recurring Diverticulitis 0

Treating Mild, Complicated or Recurring Diverticulitis

Treating Mild, Complicated or Recurring Diverticulitis The treatments are different for mild diverticulitis than it is for complicated or recurring diverticulitis. The treatment is also different depending on the age of the individual as well as if there are other medical conditions involved...
Your nutrition grail for constipation 0

Your nutrition grail for constipation

Your nutrition grail for constipation Constipation and other bowel movement ailments have been common in the lives of many people. It is for this reason that a lot of researches were geared towards solving these seemingly common ailments...
The Next Step Reflexology: Treatment 101 0

The Next Step Reflexology: Treatment 101

The Next Step Reflexology: Treatment 101 Once you have looked into reflexology and decided that reflexology is a therapy that you would like to try, you will have to decide whom to go to for the treatment.   There are many specialties in reflexology, so you may have the choice of seeing one that specializes in your symptoms...
Help! What Can I Eat After An Attack Of Diverticulitis? 0

Help! What Can I Eat After An Attack Of Diverticulitis?

Help! What Can I Eat After An Attack Of Diverticulitis. You have just received the diagnosis of diverticulitis and have been given antibiotics to take, great! Make sure that you take the antibiotics as prescribed taking all of the medication...
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